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. this is not just a problem with the house, the house passed legislation that would overt the fiscal cliff both on the sequestration side and on the tax rate side. they've already acted. >> i've -- >> vouchering medicare and no one wants to do that. >> i've got to ask senator kyl, though, there was a fascinating column yesterday by a conservative, mark teasen in "the washington post" making the case for allowing all of the tax cuts to expire, let's take a look at what he said. he said "shopping on a credit card is fun until the bill comes due. but if the bill never arrives, what incentive do people have to stop spending? big government is great if you don't have to pay for it. well, now it's time to pay for the bill. maybe when the costs of the stimulus, the obamacare and exploding entitlements are finally deducted from their pay much checks americans will rediscover the virtue of smaller government." doesn't he have a point if we have expanded the size of government so much under president bush and president obama, isn't it time to see somebody pay higher taxes? >> well, the way to economic re
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